Using version 3.5 of Epic’s Unreal Engine Bulletstorm is a great turn your brain off shooter with gore and humour in equal measure. Thankfully there is more than a little style thrown in there too and the game also looks great at higher detail levels.
Testing was performed at 1920×1080 no anti-aliasing and maximum in-game settings.
It is clear from the graphics card used in the GX660R that it is aimed at consumers who want to game on their laptop and so in this portion of the review we are going to throw a few of the latest releases at the system. First up is BulletStorm and in this test the system has no problems running the game at 1920×1080 with maximum detail settings, it averages 35fps and never falls below 30fps.
Here are some examples of how the game looks at our tested settings.
Today we have a 13.3" gaming laptop up for review by Kaeyi, the P304 features the NVIDIA GTX 860M graphics chip and Core i7 processor, watch the video below.
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